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The Houston Rockets beat the Golden State Warriors in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals Monday night, but the real excitement happened just before the 4th quarter.

Two lucky fans were chosen to play a giant game of tic-tac-toe on the court as promo for Toyota, and they failed miserably.

According to the rules, they each had to make a layup before grabbing a piece and placing it on the board.

But apparently neither of them understood how to play tic-tac-toe, as they both passed up numerous opportunities for a win while the crowd watched and cringed.

“What is going on?” says one announcer.

“Wow… that was the best tic-tac-toe ever!” says the other.

Well, that’s one way to describe it. The other is: Epic Fail.

Via: NHL
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That's Chicago Blackhawks forward Andrew Shaw against the Anaheim Ducks. And fair, maybe it's just that and there are rules that specifically disallow things like headbutted pucks to count towards goals. But still, full points for the hustle and for trying!

Here's the goal in delicious Vine form:

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The stumbling, the slurring, the raised octave pitch at the end of each sentence, this is truly what it means to be White Girl Wasted.

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ESPN's SportsCenter featured this cryptic line from Neil Everett, which started as a bunch of nonsense before drifting off into the resolute silence which comes from a Total Understanding of All Being. Maybe we just witnessed the moment a news anchor reached enlightenment live on the air?

But no, seriously, if you have any more of the good stuff please let us know Neil.

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